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Firefox developer edition cannot open a jsp file when it is open, when the run by server command is executed from Eclipse.

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I have already selected firefox developer edition as the default browser from the Eclipse Enterprise Edition. However, when the browser is open, it cannot open the url generated from eclipse. Suppose, I hit the command 'run as server' on a jsp file. If developer edition is already open, the file does not get open on a new tab. However, if the browser is closed, then it opens with the jsp file.

I have tested that with google chrome and firefox normal edition and in there, it works absolutely fine. But I don't know what went wrong in the developer edition.


I have uploaded two pictures for the convenience.

I have already selected firefox developer edition as the default browser from the Eclipse Enterprise Edition. However, when the browser is open, it cannot open the url generated from eclipse. Suppose, I hit the command 'run as server' on a jsp file. If developer edition is already open, the file does not get open on a new tab. However, if the browser is closed, then it opens with the jsp file. I have tested that with google chrome and firefox normal edition and in there, it works absolutely fine. But I don't know what went wrong in the developer edition. I have uploaded two pictures for the convenience.
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What command line do you use to open the Developer Edition ? Does it has a switch like "-no-remote" or others that might be causing a problem ?

Is this a DE from the Mozilla server for possibly supplied by the Linux repositories ?

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The command is simply this: /opt/firefox-dev/firefox. Here, firefox is the name of the application name. And this DE is directly supplied from mozilla servers and it has a linux version. And there was no switch like that.

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cor-el said

What command line do you use to open the Developer Edition ? Does it has a switch like "-no-remote" or others that might be causing a problem ? Is this a DE from the Mozilla server for possibly supplied by the Linux repositories ?

The command is simply this: /opt/firefox-dev/firefox. Here, firefox is the name of the application name. And this DE is directly supplied from mozilla servers and it has a linux version. And there was no switch like that.

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